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anthro 10 - Share 98.5% DNA with humans Chimpanzee...

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Apes Hominoids Apes are Catarrhines just like OWM Hominoids (Hominoidea) How do apes differ from monkeys? 1. They don't have a Tail 2. Larger body size 3. Shoulder apdapted for suspensory locomotion 4. Complex behavior with hands and feet Gibbons – genus Hylobates (his favorite ape) Southeast Asia Smallest apes 1. Gibbons 2. Siamang (larger) Arboreal Primarily frugivorous Orangutan – Pongo pygmaeus Pongo abelii “Man of the forest” SE Asian Distribution 1. Pygmaus = Borneo 2. Abelii = Sumatra Largest Asian Apes Frugivores Gorilla – Gorilla gorilla Gorilla beringi Mountains of Eastern Africa Lowlands of Western Africa Terrestrial knucklewalkers Gorilla Populations G. beringi = Mountain and Eastern Lowland G. Gorilla = Western and Cross River Sagital Crest on male Gorillas for intimidation Chimpanzees Pan troglodytes Equatorial Africa
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Unformatted text preview: Share 98.5% DNA with humans Chimpanzee Omnivorous 1. group hunting 2. tool use Arboreal 1. Quadrupedal and suspensory (brachiating) Terrestrial ( Quadrupedal Knucklewalking) Bonobos Pan paniscus Last ape species identified Democratic Republic of Congo (formerly Zaire) Swampy equatorial forests of the left bank of the Congo River Most bipedal species of great apes Bonobo Morphology Appearrance differs from common chimpanzee Slender Muscle definition Long hind limbs, narrow chests Black faces White tail tufts Small heads Hair parted down forehead Overt sexuality is an integral part of society Linked to agreements among females to share food resources Serve as a social announcement and affirmation of standing...
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